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'''''The Guardian'''''<ref>[http://www.guardian.co.uk/ Guardian Homepage]</ref> is a slightly left-wing British [[newspaper]].
 
'''''The Guardian'''''<ref>[http://www.guardian.co.uk/ Guardian Homepage]</ref> is a slightly left-wing British [[newspaper]].
  
It has an interesting section devoted to learning [[English]]<ref>[http://www.guardianweekly.co.uk/learningenglish Guardian ELT]</ref> from where you can sign up for their monthly, free class materials.<ref>[http://www.guardianweekly.co.uk/learningenglish Guardian free class materials]</ref>  
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It has an section from where you can sign up for their monthly, free class materials.<ref>[http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguardian/signup/2010/nov/11/1 Guardian free class materials]</ref>  
  
 
Although the lessons are based on the news, they can be sometimes up to a month out of date. Once you have signed up, they can be downloaded free for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.
 
Although the lessons are based on the news, they can be sometimes up to a month out of date. Once you have signed up, they can be downloaded free for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.

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The Guardian[1] is a slightly left-wing British newspaper.

It has an section from where you can sign up for their monthly, free class materials.[2]

Although the lessons are based on the news, they can be sometimes up to a month out of date. Once you have signed up, they can be downloaded free for beginner, intermediate and advanced students.

They also have a section which gives TEFL news,[3] and a section where you can contact teachers around the world by email to ask for advice.[4]

See also

References

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